It is estimated to be at a CAGR of 7.2% from 2022 to 2028. Local hunters usually set traps and visit these sites every morning to see if they have caught any dangerous animals. However, with age it becomes difficult to perform these physically demanding daily tasks.
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This limitation of manual operations has led to the use of the Internet of Things (IoT) to reduce human intervention in the capture of animals. supervision.
Sensors in these systems can recognize the capture of dangerous animals, followed by alerting remote operators via GPS and Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) communications.
The condition of all traps in a particular region can be plotted and displayed on a map, and registered email addresses can be notified of the catch status. The technique is more effective because the technology allows hunters directly to the locations of catching dangerous animals.
The location and time of the catch can be traced by analyzing cloud data collected with wildlife monitoring equipment. To combat blind zones caused by poor connectivity and difficulties accessing commercial power sources, wireless relays and renewable-powered systems are being tested (e.g., solar-powered trap systems). Thus, the expansion of IoT and the development of power sources are likely to introduce new trends in the smart animal trap market during the forecast period.
COVID-19 impact on smart animal traps market
The MEA is segmented into South Africa, UAE and Saudi Arabia. The COVID-19 pandemic posed major challenges for all sectors in 2020 and mid-2021.
Most people stayed indoors because of the outbreak, which boosted the adoption of work-from-home practices. electronics, and the IT and telecommunications industry.
Some emerging economies in the region cannot afford the smart animal trap systems due to the large losses suffered by governments and companies in these countries.
In June 2021, a visitor was killed by a wild hippo on his way home in the village of Mairo-inya, Kenya. Due to supply chain constraints that increased the overhead costs of deploying the smart animal trap system, the government of that country was unable to deploy a smart animal trap system that could have prevented this catastrophe.
Such factors and similar incidents in other countries have fueled the growth of the smart animal trap market in the region. The overall impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the MEA smart animal traps market was therefore moderate.
In the smart animal traps market study, Asia-Pacific has been segmented into India, China, Japan, South Korea, Australia, and the rest of Asia-Pacific. About 11% of all animal species live in China, so improving China’s wildlife conservation is crucial to preserving biodiversity worldwide.
Despite some success and conservation initiatives, human activity poses a threat to 21.4% of the vertebrate species in China, which is why the demand for monitoring equipment is increasing across the country. In addition, wildlife in China is seriously threatened by the growing wildlife trade, which also puts people at risk of contracting infectious zoonotic diseases. Several issues have plagued China’s wildlife conservation efforts, two of which are impractical. As a result, proper animal control has become a need of the nation, boosting the market.
Furthermore, the wildlife community in India enjoys broad support. There are 981 protected sites as of 2020-2021, including 106 national parks, 566 wildlife sanctuaries, 97 wildlife sanctuaries, and 214 community sanctuaries.
In addition, there are 18 biosphere reserves, 32 elephant reserves and 51 tiger reserves. These national parks are equipped with specific IoT-connected devices for the frequent tracking and migration of animals through the parks.
Parks are investing in smart devices to maintain a good ecosystem for the endangered species. Moreover, the number of livestock in India also makes for a significant customer base.
The Australian government’s focus on the wildlife environment is significantly boosting the market for smart animal traps across the country. As the protection of wildlife is handled by several private organizations in the country, the use of smart devices is high across the country.
For example, Australian Wildlife Conservancy, the largest private landowner in the country, manages more than 12.9 million hectares of land and species. The country has strong biodiversity and is home to several rare species on the fringes of expansion. Therefore, the market for smart animal traps will greatly improve during the projection period due to the high level of consciousness and the vibrant wildlife community.
Companies profiled in the smart animal trap market study are Alert House ApS, CatchAlive ApS, Encounter Solutions Ltd., Econode Ltd., Wildlife Dominion Management LLC. (HogEye), PestSense Pty Ltd Animal Trap Solutions, Skyhawk, TrapSmart tm LLP., uWatch Ltd., Fallenmelder TRAPMASTER, TFK Handels GmbH, WildMelder, Triotos and BOARMASTER. Smart animal traps market players are pursuing both organic and inorganic growth strategies to maintain competitive advantage. For example, in 2022, Skyhawk participated in Texas Pest Control Expo, held at Fort Worth Convention Center, Texas, from June 21, 2022 to June 23, 2022. Such initiatives by key players will contribute to the growth of the smart animal trap market during the forecast period.
The overall market analysis for smart animal traps has been derived using both primary and secondary sources. To start the research process, extensive secondary research was conducted using internal and external sources to obtain qualitative and quantitative information related to the smart animal trap market.
The process also serves to get an overview and forecast of the market size of smart animal traps with respect to all market segments. Also, industry participants and commentators conducted multiple primary interviews to validate the data and gain more analytical insights.
The participants typically involved in the smart animal trap market study include VPs, business development managers, market intelligence managers, national sales managers, and outside consultants such as valuation experts, research analysts and key opinion leaders specializing in the smart animal trap market. .
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